22 Jan 2020
The airborne PM2.5 has returned to become a serious issue since the start of 2020. The thickening smog, exceeding the standard safe level, prompted the Cabinet to approve measures to prevent and address the PM2.5 crisis on January 21, 2020. KResearch assessed the economic impacts of PM 2.5 particles, which are smaller than the standard size, and came up with the following estimates, covering opportunity costs on people’s health, tourism and other business sectors as a result of people’s behavioral changes to adapt to the situation.... Read more
15 May 2018
The new digital asset law is intended to supervise retail investors and promote roles, as well as responsibilities of related businesses. All sections under the law require companies selling digital token or issuing initial coin offering (ICO) to comply with the SEC rules and regulations, including their information disseminated to investors and qualifications of their directors and executives. In addition, businesses are required to submit their operating performance and financial position reports to the SEC. Failure to comply with the regulatory requirement may result in criminal and civil charges.
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8 May 2018
KResearch expects that parents in Greater Bangkok will spend around THB27.5 billion during the 2018 school year, up 1.9 percent YoY, showing a decrease in spending growth because the main spending items such as tuition remain unchanged. Additionally, most parents are spending cautiously on education-related merchandise, namely, school uniforms, books and school supplies by choosing cheaper products or buying in less quantity, compared to last year. In addition, the number of students in the 2018 school year is expected to be static versus the figures in 2017. ... Read more